In the heart of technology

An idea: exploit technological competence, experience and passion.
An objective: create innovative electronic systems with high added value.
Here in Dogliani, in the province of Cuneo and in Langhe territory (in the middle of vineyards), in 2001 ALMEC was born.
ALMEC designs and manufactures electronic control units, PLCs, operator panels, keypads, radio remote and control panels, radio control receivers, remote diagnostics, satellite interconnection and geolocation systems, actuators, as well as angular safety sensors.

ALMEC designs, develops and manufactures electronic boards and automation solutions specifically conceived for companies manufacturing medical devices and biomedical devices.

ALMEC is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Its quality management system is certified by Bureau Veritas.
ALMEC also studies, designs, develops and implements tailored automation solutions for its customers.
ALMEC constantly invests in research and development and collaborates with several institutions towards continuous innovation. The team of company technicians is characterized by high professional skills, strong creativity and energy.
Innovative ideas arise from the continuous contact with real problems and from the need to respond to different customer exigencies. To be always and more in the heart of technology…

 

Research and Development

ALMEC is part of MESAP – Innovation Pole of Mechatronics and Advanced Production Systems and of BIOPMED – innovation cluster dedicated to healthcare (managed by BIOINDUSTRY PARK based in Colleretto Giacosa, in the province of Turin and  made up of members  representing the entire healthcare supply chain: universities, research centers, start-ups and SMEs and large multinationals).
MESAP associates the most important and dynamic Piedmont realities operating in mechatronics and advanced production systems. It operates on the Piedmont territory to transfer new knowledge, enhance technological skills and increase competitiveness.
Since 2006 ALMEC is member of CiA – CAN in Automation, which is the international organization (based in Nuremberg) of users and producers that develops and supports higher level communication protocols based on CAN (CANopen, J1939, etc.)